32,784
undergraduate students
(Fall '19)

5,290
graduate students
(Fall '19)

Number 8
most-applied-to university
in the country, Fall 2018
(U.S. News & World Report)

Number 9
top destination for transfer students, Fall 2018 (U.S. News & World Report)

Number 3 in the Nation
for Awarding Bachelor's Degrees
to Underrepresented Minorities

(Diverse Issues in Higher Education, December 2019)

Student Diversity

 (as of Fall 2018)
  • 16,542 — Hispanic / Latino 43%
  • 7,713 — Asian-American 20%
  • 6,801 — White / Caucasian 18%
  • 2,602 — Non-Resident aliens 7%
  • 1,675 — Two or more races, non-Hispanic 4%
  • 1,462 — African American 4%
  • 42 — American Indian / Alaska Native 0.3%
  • 99 — Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 0.7%
  • 1,131 — Unknown 3%

Distribution of Student Diversity

Number 10
Best Public University
in the Nation

(Money.com, August 2019)

Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Mid-Career Pay

$6,834
full-time
California resident
undergraduate
tuition and fees

$195M
scholarships and grants
for 2018-2019
academic year

(CSULB)

71%
undergraduate
students receive some
form of financial aid

(CSULB)

$18,714
full-time non-CA resident
tuition and fees

Number 7
top performer
on social mobility
in the nation
(Social Mobility Index, November 2019)

55%
of bachelor's degree
recipients are
first in family to receive
a university degree

(CSU)

$7,966
average need-based
scholarship award

(full-time undergraduates)

$101,700
mid-career pay
(payscale.com)

332,670
Beach alumni

CSULB’s Economic Impact

$1.53B

total economic impact
 in Los Angeles and Orange counties

$561.7M

economic impact on the City of Long Beach

CSULB in California

Number
"Best Value" University

(Money.com, August 2019)

$475M Operating Revenue and Expenditures (General Fund)

Estimate for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020

Revenue

  • 51% State Appropriation
  • 48% Tuition and Fees
  • 1% Other Revenues

Distribution of Revenue

Expenditures

  • 51% Salaries and Wages
  • 26% Benefits
  • 13% Student Financial Aid
  • 10% Operating Expenses

Distribution of Expenditures

$38.9M
raised from private philanthropic
support in 2018-2019

80+

Different Academic Majors Offered

Degrees Awarded

 (from July 2017 - June 30, 2018)

Distribution of Degrees Awarded

  • 8,615 Bachelor's
  • 1,838 Master's
  • 59 Doctoral

10,512

Total Degrees
Awarded

Faculty

2,322

Total
Instructional
Faculty

1,035

Full-Time
Faculty

1,287

Part-Time
Faculty

26:1

Student to Faculty
Ratio